The stories of F&M students and faculty members take center stage throughout the 2010-11 academic year.
The forests of southern New England are the perfect laboratory for Mickey Drott ’11 during a summer research program at Harvard Forest.
In a challenging job market, the Selective Liberal Arts Consortium offers students a chance to interview with dozens of high-profile employers.
Stephanie Douglas ’12 turns her childhood love of science into a thriving career of undergraduate research.
David Roberts uses fruit flies to explore an important molecular player that often leads to cancer in humans.
F&M's online campus calendar undergoes a makeover, providing a single place for users to find athletic, cultural, departmental and student events.
Students, faculty members and professional staff welcome 635 first-year students to campus at New Student Orientation and Convocation (slideshow).
An army of student volunteers, faculty members and professional staff will greet 635 first-year students at New Student Orientation on Friday, Aug. 27.
The College's weekly, campus-wide gathering returns for its second semester next week, as Interim President John F. Burness ’67 kicks off the fall lineup.
It has been a spooky summer of research for Jessica Garber ’11 and her Hackman Scholar adviser, Misty Bastian.